Monthly Archives: May 2014

What if there was no government regulation of people’s lives?

Let’s assume that we live in a society without a  government that is allowed to pass laws that favor some people over others…  There are no copyright or patent laws. Early in our history we didn’t pay attention to such things.  No … Continue reading

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Smoking… A question of personal freedom and social cost?

I will be 76 years old in October of this year, so you can see that I’ve been around for a while. I was born here in Muskegon, Michigan back when we were still living in the Great Depression back … Continue reading

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How much less would medicine cost without prescription laws?

Check out this website below… A prescription for medical freedom! http://www.fatalblindness.com/FREEDOM001002/htm Return to blog: Assume prescription laws are repealed (like the proposals to repeal marijuana laws), how much money could you save by practicing “self care” (doable today with adequate … Continue reading

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“Progressivism, the long term enemy of personal freedom”.

Progressivism dates back to the beginning of the 20th Century and perhaps a few years further back into the 19th Century. The basic concept of “progressivism” is that it is the proper duty of government to protect people from their … Continue reading

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“Protectionism” More common than you think!

There are many forms of “protectionism” besides tariffs on imported goods. The consequence of any form of protectionism is higher prices to the consumer. The objective of protectionism is to increase incomes above that of the free market. A labor … Continue reading

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